Most people cannot stand being disconnected from their devices, regardless of where they are heading to. If you are one of them, you should know traveling with electronics is quite easy once you know it all works.
Know how to pack
The TSA regulations may require the removal of your laptop and all other electronic devices before you board. If you want the process to go smoothly, put everything on top and in the same spot. The devices will go through the scanner faster and you won't have to wait around a lot.
Stick to your average electronic devices
Cameras, laptops and smartphones are always allowed on a place, however uncommon devices are not. If you are a wannabe tech who plans on traveling with an obscure device, you better leave that at home.
Avoid the public WI-fI networks
While many places offer free Wi-Fi spots, others require a fee you may not know about until your bill comes in the mail. Beside a huge bill, you may also find yourself as a victim of identity theft. Make a habit of using the airport's Wi-Fi or just wait until you reach your hotel.
Use the airplane mode on your cell
This will help you conserve power, so your phone's battery life will improve. Plus, all travelers are asked to turn off their cell phones once the flight takes off. Keep this rule in mind when boarding on a plane if you want to have a safe trip.
Don't take more than needed
No matter how much you want to bring all of your devices with you, are you sure there will be enough time to use them? You will get more freedom to enjoy your surroundings if you keep off the Internet for a while and take only important phone calls. Limit your devices to your phone, a camera and a laptop.